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Classes will be led by well known music lecturer Adrian Hoffman, a Dalhousie University instructor and former CBC Radio host.
Each class will also feature Symphony Nova Scotia musicians, who will give up close and personal perspectives on their instruments and their roles as professional musicians.
Call Local 604-951-8855 or Toll-Free 1-877-820-7444. CTC Telecare & Crisis Line A crisis line providing telephone befriending, caring, and empathic listening for people in moments of personal crisis or distress.
A non-judgmenetal Christian-based, telephone-operated, crisis intervention service. Chinese Help Lines Chinese help lines, operating from 10am to 10pm, that demonstrate cultural sensitivty, equity, non-discrimination, and respect for the client’s privacy, consent and choice.
Visa and immigration expenses, economy round-trip airfare, health insurance, monthly living allowance of at least $1,200 (prorated for partial months), required books, supplies and equipment (not computers).
Tuition is NOT an allowable expense; it is expected that exchange students continue to pay tuition to their home institution.
Nova Scotia Community College must apply for the scholarships on behalf of the students.
The Canadian Government will not accept applications submitted directly by students or exchange partner institutions (foreign institutions).
Enhance your enjoyment of great music with Symphony Nova Scotia’s free new “Symphony 101” classes!
Learn about music, orchestras, composers, and more in a relaxed, accessible format at the new Halifax Central Library.
The goal of the above program is to support the development of human capital and a next generation of Leaders in the Caribbean while strengthening the linkages between Canadian post-secondary institutions and the ones in the Caribbean.